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|ajs_anonymous_id, ajs_group_id, ajs_user_id||Used for Analytics and to track visitor usage and events|
|phpsessid||Used by bidwidget which runs on our site|
|phpsessid||Set by WordPress, which runs our site|
|gat, ga, gid||Used by Google Analytics|
|utma, utmb, utmc, utmt, utmv, utmz||Used by Google Analytics|
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|wp-settings-time-3||Set by WordPress, which runs our site|
|personalization_id||For Twitter integration and sharing capabilities for the social media.|
|Various||If you are logged in as a backend manager then WordPress may set a number of cookies|